At 05:36 PM 7/7/2005, you wrote:

On Wednesday 06 July 2005 06:50 pm, Paul Theodoropoulos wrote:

> assuming you're running daemontools,
>
>          cd /service/smtpd/env/CONCURRENCY
>          echo 255 > CONCURRENCY
>
> svc -t /service/smtpd

CONCURRENCY is not an environment variable tcpservers afaik.
Also, /service/smtpd/env would not be read unless you have an envdir
invocation.

I would suggest, rather, having the OP look at the -c flag to tcpserver in his
startup script, rather than giving very specific (and probably not fitting
his setup) instructions :)

oops. 'my bad'. i've used the qmail-conf package for so long now, and it has the qmail 'look and feel' so much so that it is indistinguishable from more recent djb packages (djbdns for example).

http://www.din.or.jp/~ushijima/qmail-conf.html

i'd never go anywhere without it. makes life significantly easier.

but fubars everything if one forgets that it's not default qmail behaviour.

Paul Theodoropoulos
http://www.anastrophe.com
http://www.smileglobal.com


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